Madhuca diplostemon (C.B.Clarke) P.Royen, Blumea 10: 78 1960. (syn: Diospyros obovata Wight; Isonandra diplostemon C.B.Clarke);
Distribution: Kollam, Kerala
Rediscovery of Madhuca diplostemon after a hiatus of 184 years : 5 posts by 5 authors. Attachments (2) – Rediscovery of Madhuca diplostemon.pdf- 1 mb.
Please find attached research article of a rare tree representing by only ONE INDIVIDUAL in the whole world. One of the most threatened species….
Thanks a lot, Santhosh ji and the team for their wonderful efforts.
WCSP POWO Catalogue of Life The Plant List Ver.1.1 IPNI GBIF (High resolution specimens) India Biodiversity Portal Wikipedia Extinct tree found after 180 years in Kollam grove – The Hindu
Rediscovery of Madhuca diplostemon (Sapotaceae) -a threatened species of the Western Ghats, India, after a hiatus of 184 years– Shailajakumari S, Santhosh Kumar E.S., A.K. Sreekala and Parthipan B- October 2020 Rheedea 30(3):383-387